The name “Food for Thinking” is now on the Chinese version of a popular app for Chinese mobile phone users.
The app has been renamed “Food For Thought” and is now available on the App Store in China.
The Chinese app was released in late March.
The game has been translated into English, Chinese and Korean.
The description on the app reads: “Imagine you are the leader of a group of friends and your job is to find a food item for the group.
The task is difficult but your group will be able to make a lot of progress with a few hours of play.”
The game’s description also says that it has “easy to understand interface, simple and fast game mechanics.”
In an interview with Chinese news website Caixin, a person who is an employee of the app’s developer, Liao Qiang, said the app was developed by the “Food Center” of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS) to help the Chinese government monitor social trends and promote national security.
The food center was launched in 2016 as part of the National Security Strategy of the Communist Party of China.
In 2016, the group’s CEO Li Huiyan became the highest-ranking official to be removed from the organization.
He resigned from the CASS in 2016 after he was convicted of corruption charges.
The news of the game’s release comes as China and the U.S. are engaged in an increasingly bitter relationship, with the U., in particular, threatening to retaliate against Chinese companies and businesses that do business with U.K. and European Union countries.
In an open letter to the U, President Donald Trump said his administration would impose “more punitive measures” against companies that move their operations to the United States.
U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres warned Friday that China was “playing a dangerous game” with its own citizens and “threatens to disrupt and damage international trade.”